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Comic: Sore Thumbs 1/5
this a really stupid comic on all levels, and qualifies as one of the first webcomics I decided to drop after reading the archives.

Politically wise, I think we should put the government into the hands of an evil sentient robot clown. Things would be simple that way.
Comic: 5ideways 4/5
One of the best premises i've seen in any comic, with the bizarre art matching the bizarre theme
Comic: VG Cats 3/5
takes the potty joke route more often than needed
Comic: Draconia Chronicles, The 1/5
this the first comic in a long time to offend me enough to quit within the first dozen strips. Its plotline is a lousy excuse to draw humanoid dragons and lions with breasts. ugh.
Comic: inverloch 5/5
Don't expect piles of action or barrelfulls of monkeys. This tells an intriguing story and sticks to it. More importantly, most webcomics with this level of artwork and overall quality update once a week. This updates 4 times a week. Nuff said
Comic: Calvin and Hobbes 5/5
One of the great classic comic strips, but this isn't really a webcomic, and the writer stopped writing it anyway, so why is it up?
Comic: Penny Arcade 2/5
This comic went from being funny to just a series of repetitive meta jokes. Now its all just pointless violence, vulgarity, and random musings about game developers
Comic: Halo Babies 4/5
If you like Halo, you'll like this. Could use more updates, but given quality is understandable.
Comic: Starslip 5/5
This is made by the person who made checkerboard nightmare. You will recognize the art but other than that and a cameo of a checkerboard character, its completely different, set in a sci fi setting without all the self aware humor. I like this better than Checkerboard Nightmare.
Comic: 8-bit Theatre 5/5
This comic is the king of Final Fantasy Sprite comics, while Bob and George rules the Megaman Sprite comics. This guy uses sprites the same reason Order of the Stick uses stick figures, which is that its appropiate for the flavor of the story. Brian Clevinger writes some of the most exceptional dialogue I've seen in any webcomic, and it clashes wonderfully with the simple sprites.
Comic: PURE 4/5
This is done by Tiffany Ross, whose flagship comic is Alien Dice. This is good in its own right. In fact many of the webcomics Tiffany Ross does are worth looking at.
Comic: Polymer City Chronicles  
This comic was the first comic with gaming as a subject. It started in 1995. It may be worth checking out just to see where gaming comics all started.
Comic: Sluggy Freelance 5/5
It takes about 2 weeks to read the archives while living a semi normal life. And it never stops being funny.
Comic: Earthsong 5/5
This comic is gonna be a good one, but its still in the early stages, story wise.
Comic: Storm Corps 5/5
This is proof the webcomics can feature fine art, good story, and the occasional moment of humor, yet still end up around 500th in ranking, behind all sorts of random junk. Its a bit confusing, its probably a good idea to read through it a second time where you have a better idea of who the characters are.
Comic: Chopping Block 4/5
This is a comic about a serial killer who matchs all sorts of common horror cliches and urban legend cliches. Quite funny, but best to have a strong stomach.
Comic: El Goonish Shive 5/5
El Goonish Shive is one of comics both original and exceptional
Comic: Men In Hats 3/5
read the archives, then never look at the comic again. lately his updates have become less predictable and the strips less entertaining. Its about human nature and society, and stupidty thereof.
Comic: General Protection Fault 5/5
tells tales short and funny, long and serious, an enjoyable comic with a solid archive and excellent update rate
Comic: Wandering Ones 5/5
This is like Prince Valiant, except it has samurai and indians and nazis kicking each other's butts in a postapocalyptic world (oh, and all the indian magic stuff works). It has an entertaining and dramatic storyline.
Comic: Alien Dice 5/5
one of the best serious webcomics around (with some characters as comic relief), tells an intriguing and entertaining tale. This author also does like half a dozen comics, so don't you dare complain about the occasional filler.
Comic: Antihero for Hire 5/5
oops, forgot to put a rating
Comic: Antihero for Hire  
first RPGs, now antiheros, Mark Shallow is proving his skills yet again. Unlike adventurers, the art starts out good, and the story has more focus. Still pretty funny, you can see the same humor here as in adventurers.
Comic: Sorcery 101 3/5
A so so comic, but then again, it hasn't had much time to flesh out the story yet. Here's to hoping it will be a 4 or 5 star comic some day.
Comic: Order of the Stick, The 5/5
This comic is dedicated to making fun of D&D. Its art is actually quite good and the bright unshaded colors appealing to the eyes.

 
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